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High tech is becoming a key part of legal fights over auto accidents in a very high-tech world.

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Do you That's what we're talking about on this week's You & The Law, the right of publicity for someone who is famous or prominent. Attorney Leslie Mark Greenbaum talks about the rights of someone living or dead to sell themselves for commercial purposes.

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New York has become the second state in the U.S. to have mandated college campus policies that require clear consent before sexual intercourse.

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Some times, a student or a family wants to go to public school someplace besides where they live.

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Across the world, people want to live and work in the U-S. Many are already here in colleges and graduate school

Seneca Nation wins legal battle over Buffalo casino

Sep 15, 2015

A federal appeals court in New York City has upheld an earlier court decision that the Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino fully complies with requirements under federal law.

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When a school district wants to fire a teacher or an administrator, there is a legal process to follow.

You & The Law: Condos

Sep 4, 2015
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It's a word many looking to buy a home aren't familiar with...Condo.

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When you buy a piece of property, there is a lot of paperwork and there are a lot of checks to be written.

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Alternative dispute resolution is a way to avoid those struggles in a courtroom and sometimes the bad feelings which follow. Attorney Bridget O'Connell works in alternative dispute resolution in Family Court, helping families ease the stress of the aftermaths of divorce.

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If you think there isn't enough money involved for you to go to court, you may be wrong. There is small claims court and that's what attorney Joshua Dubs talks about on this week's edition of You & The Law.

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Erie County's district attorney spoke in generalities, for the first time Wednesday, when asked about the police investigation into hockey star Patrick Kane.

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This is the slow time of year for Buffalo's Common Council, but not for many others since there are two vacancies and more than two people anxious to fill those green chairs.

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Special Education is legally mandated, a program to help students with problems. On this week's edition of You & The Law, attorney Jeffrey Weiss talks about the laws and the rules for students to get the help they need.

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It may pay to shop around before buying or renewing auto insurance. As WBFO's Chris Caya reports a new study shows some companies use discriminatory practices in setting their premiums.

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American industries and health care fields are constantly looking for engineers and scientists and there probably aren't enough who live here to fill all the openings.

As terrorism-related charges move forward against a Lackawanna man, both prosecutors and defense attorneys will be focusing on the evidence and circumstances  in an effort to prove their case. Arafat Nagi , 44, is facing charges of providing material support and resources, namely personnel, to a foreign terrorist organization, ISIL.

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Sunday marks the 25th anniversary of the historic Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). In honor of the occasion, Governor Andrew Cuomo issued a proclamation and signed two pieces of legislation.

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A marriage is a marriage.

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Senator Kirsten Gillibrand teamed with NYPD and gun safety supporters to announce a bill to fight against gun trafficking.

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A New Jersey teen left her family house and sued her parents to force them to pay her high school tuition and future college tuition. On this week's edition of You & The Law, attorney Ken Olena talks about when the courts can declare a child independent and still be supported, or not supported, by parents.

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You might believe you were hurt in an auto accident and can sue. It's not that simple since there are legal rules defining injuries. On this week's edition of You & The Law, attorney Dennis Bischof talks about the ground rules.

There are always people who want to start their own business and there have been many in the wake of the Great Recession. On this week's previously aired edition of You & The Law, attorney Diane Tiveron talks about the legal issues of starting your own company and some of the related issues.

States cannot keep same-sex couples from marrying and must recognize their unions, the Supreme Court says in a ruling that for months has been the focus of speculation. The decision was 5-4.

Justice Anthony Kennedy, seen as a pivotal swing vote in the case, wrote the majority opinion. All four justices who voted against the ruling wrote their own dissenting opinions: Chief Justice John Roberts and Justices Antonin Scalia, Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito.

Do you have a bank account outside the United States? On this week's previously aired edition of You & The Law, attorney James Bandoblu talks about foreign bank accounts and foreign income and why you might want to look at the account you use to pay bills for your summer place in Crystal Beach.

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An agreement reached earlier this week in Albany means a change to the way sexual assault is dealt with on New York’s college campuses.

Many lawyers and law firms donate legal help, what's called pro bono legal work to help people and groups and causes.

When a business goes bad, the owners may need a lawyer.

If you don't want to pay estate tax in New York, you have to stop being a New Yorker. On this week's previously-aired edition of You & The Law, attorney Leah Adamucci talks about  how to stop being a New Yorker for legal purposes.